Fern Cabin

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  • #Romantic
  • #Eco
  • #Rural
  • #Sightseeing
  • #Adult

£920.00 per long weekend or mid week break as of 08/07/2023

We're so excited to unveil a dreamy new look for our darling wood-clad hideaway for two ☁ With sleek, neutral-toned interiors that reflect its surrounding landscape, our secluded bolthole is a dreamlike retreat for solo travellers and couples alike - and it's dog-friendly too... Escape the ordinary for enchanting hot tub dips and magic moments amongst the trees 🌾

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